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All posts by: Rosemarie Caillier, DPM

For people with problem nails or those who just want to keep them healthy and strong, we have the right nail polish prescription available at our podiatry office.  Dr.’s Remedy enriched nail care line is a great alternative to traditional...
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One of the most common foot problem I treat is heel pain.  There are several causes of pain under and around the heel that will lead a person into my podiatry office here in Tuscaloosa.  The top 3 causes of...
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The University of Alabama and our podiatry office are mutually excited to partner together for the 21st Annual Employee Health Fair.  This year’s theme is “Elect to be Healthy!” and we are adding on “…and on Your Feet” to help...
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One of the most difficult body infections to treat occurs right at our feet.  Toenail fungus, or onychomycosis, is an infection under the surface of the nail caused by a fungus.  Many people go undiagnosed or have failed many attempts...
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Are your feet ready for the summer?  From participating in outdoor activities to showing off your toes during sandal season, you want your feet to look and feel good.  If you have neglected your feet until now, I’ve put together...
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Good news for athletes or anyone who suffers from painful foot blisters. A recent study by  Stanford Medicine found that applying inexpensive surgical paper tape to blister-prone areas of the feet can prevent blisters from forming.  The experiment was conducted by Dr....
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The price you pay for beautiful feet should not cost you your health.  Getting a routine pedicure does not sound like a negative life changing event.  But, under certain circumstances, a person can increase their risk for limb threatening infections...
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University of Alabama’s sophomore point guard Justin Coleman continues to play through lingering pain in his right foot.  The Montgomery Advertiser reported on his battle with turf toe and what he did to help Tuscaloosa’s Crimson Tide win an overtime...
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  • Shoes
Walking is powerful medicine.  It benefits many aspects of health that allows us to live long active lives.  Regular exercise like brisk walking can control blood sugar in people diagnosed with diabetes, reduce the risk of breast cancer, improve mental...
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  • February is American Heart Month
Heart disease is the number 1 killer in Alabama, according to the American Hearth Association.  It is the leading cause of death for both men and women.  Stroke is the number 4 cause of death in the state.  To prevent...
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